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Last Updated On Thursday, 23 October 2014.

This week's update includes nineteen different articles and links for you to enjoy.

Barbarossa: 
			Germany's Invasion of the Soviet Union, June - December 1941
FlamesCon 2014 Results FlamesCon 2014 Results
This year’s edition of FlamesCon held last weekend featured four exciting Flames Of War events; a one-day Early, Mid and Late-war tournament in addition to the traditional two-day Late-war event.

FlamesCon 2014 Results...
FlamesCon 2014:
An After Action Report

Battlefront's own Mike Haught shares his experences at FlamesCon 2014.

FlamesCon 2014: An AAR...

FlamesCon 2014: An After Action Report
More Plastics At FlamesCon! More Plastics At FlamesCon!
Chris provides a sneak peek at some of the upcoming plastics releases on display at FlamesCon 2014.

More Plastics At FlamesCon!...
Beasts Of War Unboxing:
Plastic Panzergrenadier Platoon
The team at Beasts Of War unbox the German plastic Panzergrenadier Platoon.

Store 
			Spotlight
Store Spotlight:
Flames Of War Stockist in France

DWP-Hobbyshop is a proud stockist of Flames Of War in Alés, France.

Flames Of War Stockist in France...

Infanterie Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE862)
No matter their transport situation, Infanterie Platoons are well-armed with a MG-34 machine-gun in each squad and access to anti-tank rifles and Panzerknacker teams.

Infanterie Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE862)...
Infanterie Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE862)
HMG 
			Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE864) HMG Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE864)
Armed with the versatile MG34, the HMG platoons of the German army were able to pour fire into an enemy to either suppress them in attack or pin them down in defence.

HMG Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE864)...

Mortar Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE865)
While the mortar platoons of the Allied armies have just two tubes, the German equivalent has six 8cm GW34 mortars. This gives the commander of a German infantry battalion timely and flexible local artillery support in a way that the Allies can not match.

Mortar Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE865)...
Mortar 
			Platoon (Greatcoat) (GE865)
Anti-tank 
			Crews (Greatcoat) (GSO171) Anti-tank Crews (Greatcoat) (GSO171)
The Panzerjäger Abteilung of a panzer division is equipped with 3.7cm PaK36 light anti-tank guns as well as new medium 5cm PaK38 anti-tank guns.

Anti-tank Crews (Greatcoat) (GSO171)...
Artillery Crews (Greatcoat) (GSO172)
The artillery of the divisions sent to invade the Soviet Union have been almost universally equipped with the excellent 10.5cm leFH18 howitzer. This sturdy howitzer has superior hitting power than Soviet field guns who still mostly rely on lighter 7.62cm models.

Artillery Crews (Greatcoat) (GSO172)...

Artillery 
			Crews (Greatcoat) (GSO172)
Light 
			Mortar Team (Greatcoat) (GSO173) Light Mortar Team (Greatcoat) (GSO173)
The 5cm leichter Granatwerfer 36 (or 5cm leGrW 36) was developed for the purpose of engaging targets outside of distances which a hand grenade could be thrown. It was standard issue for every German infantry platoon at the beginning of war.

Light Mortar Team (Greatcoat) (GSO173)...
Anti-tank Rifle Team (Greatcoat) (GSO174)
The Panzerbüchse 39 (or PzB 39) was the standard anti-tank rifle of the German Army during the early stages of the Second World War. A refined version of the earlier Panzerbüchse 38, the PzB 39 fired the same specially designed cartridge as it predicator; a 7.92mm projectile housed in a large 94mm long case known as the 7.92x94 Patronen.

Anti-tank Rifle Team (Greatcoat) (GSO174)...

Anti-tank 
			Rifle Team (Greatcoat) (GSO174)
WWPD News 
			from The Front: Episode 83 WWPD News from The Front:
Episode 83
Join the team from WWPD as they discuss Barbarossa and other Flames Of War related topics.

News from The Front: Episode 83...
WWPD Review:
Plastic M4A3 (late) Sherman Platoon
Jon from WWDP takes a closer look at the plastic M4A3 (late) Sherman Platoon.

Plastic M4A3 (late) Sherman Platoon...

WWPD Review: Plastic M4A3 (late) Sherman Platoon
WWPD Behind The Scenes WWPD Behind The Scenes:
Canadian War Museum
Matt from WWPD visits the Canadian War Museum located in Ottawa.

Behind The Scenes: Part One...
Behind The Scenes: Part Two...
Breakthrough Assault Review:
Shattered Battlefield and Large Craters and Ruined House
Dave from Breakthrough Assault takes a closer look at the Shattered Battlefield and Large Craters and Ruined House from the Battlefield in a Box range.

Shatter ed Battlefield and Large Craters and Ruined House...

Shattered Battlefield and Large Craters and Ruined House
From 
			The War Files.... From The War Files....
Soviet Tank Slogans
Evan demonstrates an alternate way of adding slogans to your Soviet tanks.

Soviet Tank Slogans...
Revising Naval Gunfire Support
Naval Gunfire Support (NGFS) in Flames Of War has been receiving a lot of attention lately, with a lot of people finding it rather too effective. Battlefront put out a suggested change to the rules for public feedback. Having reviewed the feedback, we’ve decided to try a different approach to see how that works.

Revising Naval Gunfire Support...
Revising Naval Gunfire Support
Looking For 
			Information On Tournaments & Events?
Looking For Information On Tournaments & Events?
We have an entire section of the website dedicated to tournaments and events, check it out.

Flames Of War Events Worldwide...
The Question Of The Week
The Question Of The Week offers Flames Of War players a chance to expand their knowledge and become better players. This weeks question is in regards to rolling To Hit with Artillery bombardments.

The Question Of The Week...
The Question Of 
			The Week

Mentioned in Despatches
Changes 
			To The Book Pricing Regime
Changes To The Book Pricing Regime
Over the last ten years we have constantly tried to add more value to our printed products while at the same time keeping the design and quality at the highest level. Due to a growth in our buying power  (thanks to your support and an ever-growing player base) we have recently secured a new long-term printing contract that allows us to print for a much lower price. These savings will be reflected in the marketplace by a lowering in price of our entire Flames Of War paper product range.

Changes To The Book Pricing Regime...

Tanks-A-Lot For Supporting The Early-war Sale
Thanks to everyone that took part in the recent Early-war Sale over the past couple of weeks. Already we have had plenty of feedback from customers that have received full or partial orders and the team in the factory is working on getting out out-of-stock items produced as soon as possible. Looking at the sale stats it is great to see so many new Soviet and German armies being built in preparation for Barbarossa!

Right: Panzer III hulls being demoulded.

Tanks-A-Lot For Supporting The Early-war Sale
Lessons From the Front
Lessons From the Front:
Questions & Answers on Flames Of War
Two months have passed since the last issue of Lessons From the Front, Phil’s answers to frequently asked questions about Flames Of War, and he’s come up with a new edition. If you have read the previous version, you’ll find lines in the margins beside the bits that are new or changed.

Lessons From the Front...
The 2014 Tournament Objective:
Local Defence Volunteers with Grocer's Van
For the last few years we have given away tournament objectives aimed at the American audience – well, based on imagery from American films, albeit with. This year we decided to even things up by making something with more of a British focus.

The 2014 Tournament Objective: Local Defence Volunteers with Grocer's Van...
The 
			2014 Tournament Objective: Local Defence Volunteers with Grocer's Van
Recent Articles

The Soviet Barbarossa Surprise!...

New Flames Of War Stockist in Lincolnshire, UK...

The Ardennes Battlefield Revisited: Part Two...

Rallypoint 2014...

Air Support 101...

Call Me Mr Pink! Vietnam Pink Team Helicopter Squad...

Fast Tankovy Finished for Flames Of War...

World War I In Photos...

Barbarossa Design Notes...

Early-war Landing Page...

Tankovy Battalion Vs. Medium Panzer Company...

Trenchline System...

Great War British Rifle Platoon...

German Infanteriekompanie HQ...

Panzers In The East: The Tanks Of Operation Barbarossa...

2014 European Grand Tournament Report...

Firestorm Villers-Bretonneux: The General's Game...

Federazione Italiana di Flames Of War: 2014 - 2015 Tournament Season...

Painting the Beute Mark IV, and Great War List Making...

News From The Front Episode 82...

Beyond The Foxholes Episode 19...

Trench line System (BB182) Review...

WWPD Barbarossa Preview: Part One - The Germans...

WWPD Barbarossa Preview: Part Two - The Soviets...

2014 European Late-war Grand Tournament Army...


September's Releases

Flames Of War Releases
UBX44 M4A3 Sherman Platoon (Plastic)
 
Great War Releases
BB182 Trenchline System
GGE706 Stoss Platoon
GGE705 Regimental Support Platoons
GGE560 7.62cm Krupp IG (x2)
GGE570 7.7cm FK96 n.A. gun (x2)
GBR705 Trench Mortar Platoon
GBR571 OQF 18 pdr (x2)

BB183 Shattered Battlefield
BB184 Large Craters & Ruined House


Wargames Illustrated
WI324 Wargames Illustrated Issue 324

October's Releases

Plastics
BBX27 Sherman Armoured Platoon (Plastic)

Barbarossa Releases
FW305 Barbarossa (88 pages)
SU080 KV-1 obr 1939 / 1940
SU081 KV-2 (Updated Sculpt)
SU082 KV-1e (
Updated Sculpt)
SU105 ZIS-30 (x2)
GE862 Infanterie Platoon (Greatcoat)
GE864 HMG Platoon (Greatcoat)
GE865 Mortar Platoon (Greatcoat)
GSO171 Anti-tank Crews (Greatcoat)
GSO172 Artillery Crews (Greatcoat)
GSO173 Light Mortar Team (Greatcoat)
GSO174 Anti-tank Rifle Team (Greatcoat)

Wargames Illustrated
WI325 Wargames Illustrated Issue 325


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Last Updated On Thursday, October 23, 2014 by Blake at Battlefront